Five more Sauvignon Blancs for lockdown and beyond

Following on from last week’s five soothing Sauvignon Blancs for lockdown and beyond, we bring you another handful of brilliant wines based on this popular aromatic white grape.

As previously reported by db, this selection comes from the latest Global Sauvignon Blanc Masters, which sees Sauvignon-based wines from all around the world judged ‘blind’ by expert tasters – which means that they have no prior knowledge of the samples’ source.

While the last set of five Sauvignons featured more affordable wines, this collection contains some pricier and more ambitious wines, including barrel-fermented samples, and a Sauvignon Blanc blend.

It also takes in a range of countries, from Sauvignon stalwart producing places such as New Zealand and France to more unusual origins for this grape, such as Germany and Italy.

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